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A half-century of experience points to the need for stronger measures to address future challenges.
Relocating around the world every couple of years is the “good news” and “bad news” of the Foreign Service career.
Single people over the age of 18 are a growing demographic, but that isn’t the only reason State should be more mindful of its single employees.
There is no one-size-fits-all in a Foreign Service transition.
A nail-biter pet shipping experience is an increasingly common part of Foreign Service life. Here are some tips on the process.
Nobody wants to do it. But there’s a good chance it’ll happen to you. Here’s what you need to know.
Foreign Service transitions can involve more than moving from post to post or evacuating. And there are lessons in that, too.
Memories and tributes from a few of those who worked with this champion of diplomacy and democracy.
In Tolstoy’s great work, today’s diplomats can learn a lot about how a brilliant writer once viewed their profession and how many people still regard it.
Women’s Reproductive Health Must Be a Priority
Speaking of Transitions
Serbia and Russia and the Coming Balkan Storm
Pearl Buck’s Rehabilitation in China
Time for an Office of Conflict Resolution
Rebuilding for the Long Term
Threats to Retirement Benefits